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The Pacifier (2005)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $113,006,880Details
International Box Office $85,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $198,006,880
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  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

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Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
20% - Rotten
Audience
59% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$56,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 4th, 2005 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: June 28th, 2005 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment, released as Pacifier, The
MPAA Rating: PG for action violence, language and rude humor.
Running Time: 95 minutes
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Keywords: Undercover, Babysitters
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment, Birnbaum/Barber
Production Countries: Canada,
United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 409 $110,863 Jul 8, 2005 129
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 426 $145,934 Jul 1, 2005 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 359 $220,037 Jun 24, 2005 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 484 $204,690 Jun 17, 2005 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 475 $263,276 Jun 10, 2005 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 481 $312,168 Jun 3, 2005 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 519 $338,072 May 27, 2005 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,028 $189,333 May 20, 2005 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 788 $327,536 May 13, 2005 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 470 $817,575 May 6, 2005 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 433 $1,351,787 Apr 29, 2005 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 416 $2,106,224 Apr 22, 2005 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 532 $2,410,620 Apr 15, 2005 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 594 $3,116,340 Apr 8, 2005 38
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 474 $100,566,320 Apr 8, 2005 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 376 $5,800,206 Apr 1, 2005 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 412 $8,087,395 Mar 25, 2005 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 367 $12,530,486 Mar 18, 2005 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 414 $18,152,357 Mar 11, 2005 10
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 518 $54,477,697 Mar 11, 2005 10
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 633 $8,373,010 Mar 6, 2005 3
Biggest March Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 47 $30,552,694 Mar 4, 2005 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 445 $30,552,694 Mar 4, 2005 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 644 $30,552,694 Mar 4, 2005 3
Widest Opening Weekend 650 3,131 Mar 4, 2005 3
Biggest March Day at the Domestic Box Office 74 $13,585,990 Mar 5, 2005 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 481 $13,585,990 Mar 5, 2005 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 840 $8,600,000 Mar 4, 2005 1

Cast

   Shane Wolf
Lauren Graham    Principal Claire
Faith Ford    Julie Plummer
   Zoe
   Seth
Chris Potter    Captain Bill Fawcett
Carol Kane    Helga
Brad Garrett    Coach
Morgan York    Lulu
Scott Thompson    Director
Jordan Todosey    Firefly

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Composer    John Debney
Screenwriter    Thomas Lennon
Producer    Roger Birnbaum
Producer    Gary Barber
Producer    Jonathan Glickman
Executive Producer    Adam Shankman
Executive Producer    Jennifer Gibgot
Executive Producer    Derek Evans
Executive Producer    Garrett Grant
Cinematographer    Peter James
Editor    Christopher Greenbury
Production Designer    Linda Descenna
Art Director    Arv Greywal
Set Designer    Rudy Braun
Set Decorator    Paul McElvin
Set Decorator    Steve Shewchuk
Costume Designer    Kirston Mann
Sound    Glen Gauthier
Supervising Sound Editor    David A. Whittaker
Assistant Director    Daniel Silverberg
Second Unit Director    Robert Brown
Stunt Coordinator    Robert Brown
Casting Director    Vickie Thomas

Chicken's Little Start on the International Scene is Lucrative

November 13th, 2005

Chicken Little started its international run with day-and-date debuts in 9 markets earning $5.54 million on 900 screens, just missing the top five in the process. Its best market was kid-friendly Mexico with $3.1 million on 600 screens, which is about on par with its opening domestically. On the other hand, the film broke records in Malaysia with $477,000 on 40 screens. Other results include a first place debuts in Russia with $1.1 million on 197 screens and in Taiwan with $463,000 on 18 screens, (including previews). More...

Zorro Steals the Show

November 6th, 2005

With The Legend of Zorro earning a nearly worldwide release this past weekend, and the imminent release of another juggernaut, there was little room for other releases this weekend on the international scene. More...

Constantine has Commanding Lead as Holdovers Wilt

July 30th, 2005

Constatine captured top spot on the home market taking first place on the DVD rentals, ($9.23 million); VHS rentals, ($930,000); and DVD sales, (no numbers announced.) And while the film's combined rentals of $10.17 million was a strong performance, the rest of the top five weren't so lucky. More...

Charlie Appeals to the Sweet-tooth in its International Debut

July 24th, 2005

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory opened in three French speaking markets over the weekend and while it didn't finish first, it still had a great start. In France the film earned $3,741,793 in 670 theaters for the best per theater average in the top ten. The result was similar in Belgium ($250,000) and Switzerland ($190,000), giving the film $4.2 million for the weekend. More...

Baby Scores a Knockout Punch

July 23rd, 2005

To call Million Dollar Baby's debut on the home market a knockout is very apt. Perhaps too apt. Not only did the film easily win the week with $12.42 million in combined rentals, every other film in the top five saw serious drop-offs, sending the overall market sharply downwards. More...

The Smiths' Honeymoon in Asia Continues

July 17th, 2005

Mr. and Mrs. Smith continues its excellent run in Asia with a $2.2 million opening in 450 theatres in China. The film also added $1.8 million in South Korea for an $18 million running total in that market, (although it was pushed out of the top spot in that market. Overall the film made $4 million pushing its total to $117 million internationally and $275 million worldwide. More...

Seeking for Number One

July 16th, 2005

It looks like the home market is starting to recover from its extended slump as Hide & Seek was the number one with $11.71 million in combined rentals, $10.55 million from DVDs and $1.16 million from VHS. The film was also the number one selling DVD this week, but no figures were released. More...

Competition Crumbles under Alien Invasion

July 10th, 2005

With the last of this summer's worldwide releases opening last weekend, the international details are once again dominated by smaller films. And to compound matters, most of those are only making noise in one of two markets. However, over the next few weeks there are plenty of big films opening in big markets and the International Details column should start showing signs of life soon. More...

Pacifier Makes some Noise on the Home Market

July 9th, 2005

The Pacifier took the lead on the Rental Charts on the Home Market and was the only new release in the to five. Vin Diesel's first foray into comedies led the DVD charts with $9.48 million, the VHS charts with $1.29 million, and the combined charts with $10.77 million. It was also the best selling DVD for the week, but as usual there were no sales numbers released. More...

Few Films Open ahead of War's Worldwide Debut

July 3rd, 2005

Summer blockbusters continue to squeeze out the competition, so much so that the only real news is about such blockbusters. For instance, War of the Worlds managed $13.35 million during its first day of release on the international scene, which is good, but below expectations. On the other hand, Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith broke another record earning $4.96 million during its preview in Japan. More...

DVD Releases for June 28, 2005

June 27th, 2005

Every week films get a second chance at success from the home market; or, in some cases, a first chance at success. Here is a list of wide releases, limited releases, classics and a few from the growing TV on DVD section. Yet another bad week for first-run releases, in fact, there's not a single wide release I'll be picking up till August. This week the best of the bunch is again from the TV on DVD selection, but surprisingly it isn't a full season set. Normally I refuse to buy TV on DVD, but I'll make an exception for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - Indecision 2004 - Buy from Amazon, which is easily the DVD pick of the week. More...

Slump Spreads Internationally

June 26th, 2005

The international box office is suffering even more than the domestic box office is. In Germany the first six months of 2005 are down 14% compared to the same period in 2004 and Australia also saw double digit decline slipping by 12%. In Spain the total box office is down 8% and it was little better in France at 6%. The U.K. also fell, but at a much more reasonably 1.9%. More...

Smiths Snipe Sith

June 15th, 2005

We have a new champion atop the International Box Office charts as Mr. and Mrs. Smith overtook Revenge of the Sith with $32 million on 3,600 screens in 35 markets. The film best market was the U.K. at $7.1 million on 448 screens, which was slightly below Hitch's debut earlier in the year. In Australia it brought in $4.7 million on 356 screens, as well as $3.6 million in both Mexico and Taiwan. Other million dollar markets include Brazil, ($1.6 million on 401 screens); Hong Kong, ($1.2 million on 68) and Thailand, ($1.2 million on 250.) More...

The Largest Yard

June 12th, 2005

The Longest Yard opened in second place in Australia with $2.5 million. On the other hand, the film could only manage $750,000 on 260 screens in Mexico, not surprising since Adam Sandler has never been a big draw internationally, especially outside English speaking markets. More...

Half a Billion for Sith

June 1st, 2005

Revenge of the Sith saw massive drop-offs in nearly every market, but still managed an easy first place finish with $61.5 million on 10,586 screens, The film now has $246.2 million internationally and $501.8 million at the end of Sunday. The film's only opening this week came in South Korea where the film earned an impressive $3.8 million at 306 screens, but its biggest single markets continue to be the U.K. with $9.9 million on 485 screens, more than 7 times its nearest competitor. More...

Sith Steal the Show

May 29th, 2005

Revenge of the Sith dominated nearly every market it opened in and in most of them it was the only new film in the top ten. Because of this there's almost no international details to report and those details that are available are single market releases. More...

Heaven's Kingdom Divided in Half

May 17th, 2005

Kingdom of Heaven couldn't maintain its opening weekend numbers as it plummeted 49% to $27.2 million on 6700 screens in 98 markets for a two week total of $88.9 million. Had the film earned that during its first weekend of release its future would have looked rather rosy, but as it is now it was have a real hard time making back its production budget. The film's biggest market continues to be Germany, where the film fell 46% to $3.4 million on 848 screens, it fell 40% in the U.K. to $2.9 million on 446 screens and 33% in Spain to $3.3 million on 435 screens. Kingdom of Heaven had only one opening over the weekend, a $2.4 million debut in Japan on 492 screens and only has one more opening to go in China. The film's international run is a lot closer to Van Helsing's than Troy's, which should result in a $150 million to $200 million international total. More...

Heaven Sent

May 11th, 2005

The summer box office season got off to a decidedly ambivalent start this weekend with the nearly worldwide launch of Kingdom of Heaven; the film opened in 100 markets on 6,500 screens and pulled in a middling $53.8 million. The obvious comparison is with fellow historical epic, Troy; that film brought in $54.7 million 6,722 screens in 47 markets in its first foray on the international scene. Kingdom of Heaven's biggest debut came in Germany where the film earned $6.4 million on 842 (including sneak peaks), while the film also did solid business in Spain ($4.9 million on 435 screens), U.K. ($4.8 million on 443), France ($4.5 million), South Korea ($4 million on 333 screens) and Italy ($3.1 million on 616). While the film will almost assuredly repeat as international champion next weekend (there are no massive openings scheduled), the future isn't that rosy for Kingdom of Heaven. It only has two significant markets left to open in, China and Japan, and should quickly fall down the charts as more summer blockbusters hit the international markets. The film needs about $350 million worldwide to show a profit for its theatrical release, but that seems unlikely at this point. Not out of the question, just unlikely. More...

XXX Fails to Explode onto Screens

May 4th, 2005

While XXX: State of the Union easily took top spot on the international charts, its numbers were clearly lower than anticipated. The film opened in 64 markets, finishing first in 20 of them, but its per screen average was tiny at $14.8 million on 4,800 screens. It did have a few bright spots, mostly in Asia. For instance, the film's best single market performance came in South Korea where it brought in $1.3 million on just 174 screens, but was still a distant second to a local flick. The film did finish first in Thailand with nearly $390,000 on 60 screens ($500,000 including sneak peaks), $240,000 from 50 in the Philippines, $225,000 on 30 in Singapore and $170,000 on 19 in Taiwan. The rest of the film's run was nearly uniformly awful. XXX: State of the Union finished first in Spain with $950,000 on 400 screens, which was a pyrrhic victory at best. The film managed $1.8 million in the U.K. on 493 screens finishing a distant second to Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and the result was the same in Australia where the film took in $930,000 on 246 screens. Worst of all, the film opened in second place in Germany with $1.19 million on 598 screens, nearly 80% lower than the original managed. The film had similar results in Latin America, $540,000 in Mexico, off more than 75% from the original; Brazil at $360,000 lower by more than 70%, etc. No one was expecting the film to reach the same level as the original, but at this pace the film won't hit $100 million worldwide. More...

Its Easy to Interpret These Numbers

April 27th, 2005

The Interpreter climbed into top spot on the international with $12.6 million on 2,378 screens in 35 markets, nearly doubling its total international box office to $25.7 million. And while the film was number one overall, it only had a few number one openings; one such opening was in Germany where the film earned $2.0 million on 400 screens. Other number ones include Hong Kong, ($240,000 on 33) and Singapore, ($150,000 from 15.) The film also had a string of second place debuts in South Korea, ($790,000 on 90 behind Truth About Love, which stars Jennifer Love Hewitt), Brazil, ($560,000 on 120 behind Guess Who) and Austria, ($240,000 on 48 behind The Pacifier.) Holdovers were also impressing with the film staying in the premiere position in both the U.K. and Australia with $2.3 million and $1.1 million respectively. With openings that are good for this time of year and holdovers that are mostly stellar, this film should hit $100 million internationally and $200 million worldwide. More...

Pacifier Procures Pole Position

April 20th, 2005

The Pacifier shot to the top of the international box office in part due to it's number one position in 14 of the 22 markets it is currently playing in, but mostly due to the lack of competition. The film led with $9.1 million on 1908 screens in 22 markets showing the international box office is in a slump just as bad as the domestic one. Its biggest single market was in Germany where the film managed first place with $2.2 million on 602 screens. The film also debuted in number in first place in Russia with $1.1 million on 157 screens, Austria with $469,000 on 91 screens, Thailand with $462,000 on 82, and Hong Kong and Malaysia, ($325,000 and $170,000 respectively.) However, its best performance continues to come from Australia where the film rose 18% this weekend to $1.33 million; the film has made $5.8 million of its $20 million international total in that one market alone. More...

International Box Office Busier than Weekend Before

April 17th, 2005

The Pacifier finally debut across Australia after playing in Queensland and Victoria for the past two weeks; the massive expansion allowed the film to climb to first place with $1.125 million on 267 screens. That lifted its total in the market to $3.41 million so far and the film should have strong legs. Add to that its $1.75 million opening in Spain and $590,000 in Belgium and the film managed $4.1 million over the weekend, which doubled its early total to $8.1 million. More...

Box Office has Been Through the Desert

April 11th, 2005

It was another weak weekend at the box office as no film was able to break $20 million for the first time since the first weekend in February and Sahara had the worst box office for a number one film for the entire year. This pushed the box office down an incredible 17.8% from last week and an even more troubling 25.0% from last year. (This time last year was Easter, so that mitigates the situation somewhat.) Year-to-date, 2005's box office now sits at $2.134 billion, down 4% from 2004. Considering how poor box office receipts were at this time last year, 2005 is in serious trouble if things don't turn around soon. More...

France's $5 Million Baby

April 3rd, 2005

Million Dollar Baby performed brilliantly this week earning $8.8 million for an international total of $60 million, placing fourth on the international box office charts. In France the film dominated the marketplace with $4.94 million on 450 screens and in Germany the film earned $760,000 in semi-limited release (120 screens) for the best per screen average in the market. On the other hand, the film flopped in Slovakia where it missed the top ten in its debut. On the holdover front, the multi-Oscar winning front saw its weekend haul climb by 20% in Spain to $980,000 and it's still doing well in Australia, Italy and South Korea. More...

Who Leads Weak Weekend Box Office

March 28th, 2005

It was not a strong weekend at the box office as we saw significant drop-offs from last weekend (14.7%), last year (17.35%) and last Easter (14.7%). The reason for this decline is simple: not one film in the top five beat expectations by a significant margin. Year-to-date 2005 has racked up $1.87 billion in ticket sales, 1% lower than the same time last year, but this April looks stronger than last year so 2005 should regain the lead before too long. More...

Guessing Which Movie will be Fabulous

March 24th, 2005

It's been a while since there was a wide release that received overwhelmingly positive reviews, and this weekend the streak continues as neither of the wide releases managed even 50% positive. Even so, both should battle for top spot as last week's champion looks like it will tumble this weekend. More...

Ring was not so Golden

March 21st, 2005

With neither of the new films meeting expectations and the holdovers falling short too, all in all it was a rather disappointing weekend at the box office. Week-to-week the box office was essentially flat - up less than 0.9% - while compared to last year it was down 2.2%. And at $1.72 billion, 2005 is now almost 1% behind 2004. But 2004 entered a prolonged slump at this point, so 2005 should have ample opportunity to regain a sizeable lead. More...

Sequel vs. Skaters

March 18th, 2005

It's a model weekend for releases, as we have one high profile release and a counter-programming film. They shouldn't interfere with each other's box office, as their target audiences don't overlap in any significant way. More...

Robots Win, but not as Easily as Expected

March 14th, 2005

The best word to describe this week's predictions is "Overcompensation." After getting skunked underestimating how well certain films have done in the past many, many analysts overestimated their appeal this weekend. This in part led to a 6.3% drop-off from last weekend and more importantly, a 1.7% drop-off from last year. After sporting a double digit lead just a couple of weeks ago, the Year-to-Date race is a virtual tie at $1.56 billion each. More...

Machine Madness

March 11th, 2005

There really no doubt about what film will take top spot this weekend, as Robots could triple the second place film. However, after number one there are some interesting stories at the weekend box office race. More...

Close Race on Per Theater Charts, But Both Films Fall Short

March 8th, 2005

No film was able to reach the $10,000 club on the per theater charts this week, but at least two films were close. Leading the way was the overall box office leader, The Pacifier, which opened with an average of $9,758. In second place with $9,020 was last week's winner, Downfall. More...

Pacifier Gets Moviegoers Excited

March 7th, 2005

Overall it was a good weekend as every movie in the top five matched expectations, or at least came very close, and the number one film topped predictions by a wide, wide margin. However, the news was not all good, as the weekend was relatively flat from last week with just a 1.1% increase. Compared to last year the figure was much worse at 14.5% decrease. 2005's lead over 2004 evaporated to just 1%, $1.427 billion to $1.413 billion. More...

New Movies Getting Cool Reception with Critics

March 4th, 2005

Three new films open in wide release (or, in the case of one of the films, semi-wide release), one more film expands at the box office, while another could be propelled back into the top five thanks to a significant Oscars bounce. All in all, it's a very busy weekend for moviegoers. More...

Movie Website Launches for February 25 - March 3

March 3rd, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Tidelands - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

2005 Preview: March

March 1st, 2005

March is a transitional month that lacks the huge hits that get people excited, and also lacks the real obvious train-wreck movies that get released during the various dumping grounds during the year. Because of that, it's a month that's hard to predict - the releases all seem so average. There are three films that have a reasonable shot at $100 million, but probably only one of those films will make it there. And that will be helped out dramatically by the Easter holidays, which falls in March this year. More...

Movie Website Launches for February 11 - February 17

February 17th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and a few updates, including this week's winner, Sin City - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

The shaded area represents the expected performance range for a film, based on its opening weekend box office. 95% of films fall within the shaded area. If a film trends towards the top end of the shaded area, it has good legs compared to the average film; if it trends towards the bottom end of the shaded area, it has poor legs. The predictive area is based on movies from the past 5 years.

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/03/04 1 $30,552,694   3,131 $9,758   $30,552,694 3
2005/03/11 2 $18,152,357 -41% 3,166 $5,734   $54,477,697 10
2005/03/18 3 $12,530,486 -31% 3,181 $3,939   $72,270,940 17
2005/03/25 5 $8,087,395 -35% 3,102 $2,607   $85,833,272 24
2005/04/01 6 $5,800,206 -28% 2,851 $2,034   $96,117,665 31
2005/04/08 8 $3,116,340 -46% 2,375 $1,312   $100,566,320 38
2005/04/15 9 $2,410,620 -23% 2,068 $1,166   $103,727,286 45
2005/04/22 11 $2,106,224 -13% 1,552 $1,357   $106,567,199 52
2005/04/29 12 $1,351,787 -36% 1,224 $1,104   $108,377,223 59
2005/05/06 15 $817,575 -40% 834 $980   $109,447,891 66
2005/05/13 20 $327,536 -60% 482 $680   $109,965,244 73
2005/05/20 20 $189,333 -42% 298 $635   $110,247,131 80
2005/05/27 17 $338,072 +79% 401 $843   $110,679,701 87
2005/06/03 19 $312,168 -8% 361 $865   $111,277,592 94
2005/06/10 19 $263,276 -16% 302 $872   $111,722,699 101
2005/06/17 21 $204,690 -22% 272 $753   $112,090,500 108
2005/06/24 24 $220,037 +7% 253 $870   $112,468,468 115
2005/07/01 28 $145,934 -34% 213 $685   $112,782,265 122
2005/07/08 32 $110,863 -24% 183 $606   $113,006,880 129

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/03/04 1 $8,600,000   3,131 $2,747   $8,600,000 1
2005/03/05 1 $13,585,990 +58% 3,131 $4,339   $22,179,684 2
2005/03/06 1 $8,373,010 -38% 3,131 $2,674   $30,552,694 3
2005/03/07 1 $1,569,000 -81% 3,131 $501   $32,122,000 4
2005/03/08 1 $1,363,000 -13% 3,131 $435   $33,485,000 5
2005/03/09 1 $1,438,000 +6% 3,131 $459   $34,923,000 6
2005/03/10 1 $1,402,000 -3% 3,131 $448   $36,325,000 7
2005/03/11 2 $4,700,000 +235% 3,166 $1,485   $41,000,000 8
2005/03/12 2 $8,168,547 +74% 3,166 $2,580   $49,420,176 9
2005/03/13 2 $5,057,521 -38% 3,166 $1,597   $54,477,697 10
2005/03/14 2 $1,249,000 -75% 3,166 $395   $55,727,000 11
2005/03/15 2 $1,334,000 +7% 3,166 $421   $57,060,000 12
2005/03/16 2 $1,320,000 -1% 3,166 $417   $58,380,000 13
2005/03/17 2 $1,360,000 +3% 3,166 $430   $59,740,000 14
2005/03/18 3 $3,600,000 +165% 3,181 $1,132   $63,300,000 15
2005/03/19 3 $5,546,644 +54% 3,181 $1,744   $68,837,875 16
2005/03/20 3 $3,433,065 -38% 3,181 $1,079   $72,270,940 17
2005/03/21 3 $1,155,000 -66% 3,181 $363   $73,426,000 18
2005/03/22 3 $1,321,000 +14% 3,181 $415   $74,747,000 19
2005/03/23 3 $1,391,000 +5% 3,181 $437   $76,137,000 20
2005/03/24 4 $1,608,000 +16% 3,181 $506   $77,745,000 21
2005/03/25 5 $3,300,000 +105% 3,102 $1,064   $81,000,000 22
2005/03/26 5 $3,019,532 -8% 3,102 $973   $83,959,152 23
2005/03/27 5 $1,874,120 -38% 3,102 $604   $85,833,272 24
2005/03/28 4 $1,611,000 -14% 3,102 $519   $87,444,000 25
2005/03/29 5 $978,000 -39% 3,102 $315   $88,422,000 26
2005/03/30 6 $876,000 -10% 3,102 $282   $89,297,000 27
2005/03/31 5 $1,020,000 +16% 3,102 $329   $90,317,000 28
2005/04/01 7 $1,900,000 +86% 2,851 $666   $92,200,000 29
2005/04/02 6 $2,566,009 +35% 2,851 $900   $94,759,059 30
2005/04/03 6 $1,358,606 -47% 2,851 $477   $96,117,665 31
2005/04/04 7 $290,000 -79% 2,851 $102   $96,408,000 32
2005/04/05 8 $299,000 +3% 2,851 $105   $96,707,000 33
2005/04/06 8 $321,000 +7% 2,851 $113   $97,028,000 34
2005/04/07 6 $422,000 +31% 2,851 $148   $97,449,980 35
2005/04/08 9 $900,000 +113% 2,375 $379   $98,400,000 36
2005/04/09 8 $1,422,318 +58% 2,375 $599   $99,826,687 37
2005/04/10 8 $739,633 -48% 2,375 $311   $100,566,320 38
2005/04/11 10 $186,000 -75% 2,375 $78   $100,752,000 39
2005/04/12 9 $186,000 n/c 2,375 $78   $100,938,000 40
2005/04/13 10 $185,000 -1% 2,375 $78   $101,123,000 41
2005/04/14 9 $173,000 -6% 2,375 $73   $101,296,000 42
2005/04/15 9 $700,000 +305% 2,068 $338   $102,000,000 43
2005/04/16 9 $1,120,782 +60% 2,068 $542   $103,113,686 44
2005/04/17 9 $613,600 -45% 2,068 $297   $103,727,286 45
2005/04/18 9 $166,000 -73% 2,068 $80   $103,894,000 46
2005/04/19 10 $166,000 n/c 2,068 $80   $104,060,000 47
2005/04/20 9 $189,000 +14% 2,068 $91   $104,248,000 48
2005/04/21 9 $213,000 +13% 2,068 $103   $104,460,975 49
2005/04/23 10 $1,003,117   1,552 $646   $105,961,085 51
2005/04/24 10 $606,114 -40% 1,552 $391   $106,567,199 52
2005/05/30 13 $110,245   401 $275   $110,789,946 88
2005/07/04 27 $27,969   213 $131   $112,810,234 123

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/03/04 1 $36,325,340   3,131 $11,602   $36,325,340 7
2005/03/11 2 $23,415,114 -36% 3,166 $7,396   $59,740,454 14
2005/03/18 3 $18,005,423 -23% 3,181 $5,660   $77,745,877 21
2005/03/25 5 $12,571,582 -30% 3,102 $4,053   $90,317,459 28
2005/04/01 6 $7,132,521 -43% 2,851 $2,502   $97,449,980 35
2005/04/08 9 $3,866,686 -46% 2,375 $1,628   $101,316,666 42
2005/04/15 9 $3,144,309 -19% 2,068 $1,520   $104,460,975 49
2005/04/22 11 $2,564,461 -18% 1,552 $1,652   $107,025,436 56
2005/04/29 12 $1,604,880 -37% 1,224 $1,311   $108,630,316 63
2005/05/06 15 $1,007,392 -37% 834 $1,208   $109,637,708 70
2005/05/13 21 $420,090 -58% 482 $872   $110,057,798 77
2005/05/20 21 $283,831 -32% 298 $952   $110,341,629 84
2005/05/27 14 $623,795 +120% 401 $1,556   $110,965,424 91
2005/06/03 15 $493,999 -21% 361 $1,368   $111,459,423 98
2005/06/10 22 $426,387 -14% 302 $1,412   $111,885,810 105
2005/06/17 19 $362,621 -15% 272 $1,333   $112,248,431 112
2005/06/24 24 $387,900 +7% 253 $1,533   $112,636,331 119
2005/07/01 28 $259,686 -33% 213 $1,219   $112,896,017 126
2005/07/08 36 $110,863 -57% 183 $606   $113,006,880 133

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